Book Review: The Millionaire Map: Your Ultimate Guide to Creating, Enjoying, and Sharing Wealth by Jim Stovall

The Millionaire Map by Jim Stovall is a book written by a millionaire for those who aspire to be millionaires. I'm not sure I have consciously thought I'd like to be a millionaire, until I saw this book available to review. Then I thought, why not? I was also interested in seeing the book because I enjoyed The Ultimate Gift book and movie so much that I was interested in learning more about the author.

This book offers readers an opportunity to learn how to make a sort of map to guide their lives towards becoming a millionaire. He offers his personal story and even encourages readers to contact him by phone or e-mail if they want to learn more from him. I was inspired by his story because he shares how he started from nothing and built his personal fortune up. He offers some advice from his personal experience and from the experience of other millionaires. One key piece of advice he offers readers is to look at the background of those you're learning from or working with to see if they have made the kind of money you hope to make. . .are they walking the talk they are presenting. He insists that the only way to earn money is to create value in the lives of others by pursuing your passion. That makes sense to me.

I found his advice to be inspiring and encouraging. He offers practical ways to handle your money and live your life.Money does not make you wealthy long term because money is not the key to wealth. Knowledge is the key to wealth. If you come into money but you don't know how to handle it, you will lose it all. This book offers practical advice on handling money, making money and living a well spent life..I encourage everyone to read it, whether you want to be a millionaire or not. If you do want to be a millionaire, you must begin now because there is no place for procrastination in life. "Remember you can lose your money and make more, but you can never replace your time. It's important to always be investing your time in the right way because when you're wasting time, you're not just standing still. You're failing to move in a direction you should be traveling."

I received this book free for my review from Story Cartel. I was not required to write a positive review.


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